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They were friends, brothers and teammates through all of Marvel's greatest adventures, but recent events turned them into the bitterest of enemies. In the wake of the Siege of Asgard Thor, Iron Man and Steve Rogers are brought together on the same side once more, but these great heroes can’t truly trust each other yet. They better start soon because something only the Big Three can handle is tearing their world apart. This all-new, grand and dangerous adventure will catapult our heroes into the explosive Heroic Age and will unite comics legend Alan Davis with Avengers scribe Brian Bendis for the very first time.

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I'm not sure, but I think Asgard has fallen? 0

I'm going to be blunt: I bought this purely and only for the art, which is by Alan Davis. This is not a thing I'd usually do, but I figured I'd go right ahead because it's bi-monthly (so it won't burden my bank account that much) and because every time I've been exposed to Bendis' writing, I've largely enjoyed it. Another point: I've never read an Avengers comic in my life. And guess what, I loved it.  What with it being titled 'Siege: Aftermath', you wouldn't be wrong to believe this issue take...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

We're not in Arkansas anymore 0

What you should know - after the Siege, in the place where Asgard used to be, Thor, Tony Stark and Steve Rogers gather around to help Odin' son to prevent that Heimdall's observatory goes into the wrong hands.  The Good - I just love the dialogues between Tony and Steve, they have a lot to discuss and they have a lot of dirty laundry to clean, so this saga was a great idea from Bendis to put things in order. I just felt a little odd that Thor and Tony's fights (see Thor # 3 and the end of Secre...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Marvel's three amigo's 0

      ARTWORK: Artwork was good, mostly Captain America's expression when encountering the Elves. Besides the extra stuff that wasn't needed which is naturally overlooked. 4/5 for artwork  DIALOGUE: God I hate the dialogue, Marvel really takes away the imagination from its readers with the dialogue in this issue. 2/5 for Dialogue  CONCEPT: Should be predictable, this comic is focused on the Three amigo's of marvel. 3/5 for Concept  NATURALISM: The bread and butter of Marvel is nowhere seen i...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.
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